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Richard Thompson bid update

We have this morning received the following statement from Richard Thompson Press Statement from Richard Thompson issued at 8-00am Thursday 15th. November 2001. Following a further meeting yesterday with the Chief Executive of Queens Park Rangers FC. representatives of Mr. Richard Thompson were given the latest financial position at the

United We Stand

In view of the recent unrest at our beloved club, QPR 1st are calling on all fans to participate in a ringfencing event at Loftus Road prior to our home game against Swindon next Wednesday evening, November 21st. The aim of the ringfence is to show an overwhelming sign of

news update

Press release from Richard Thompson and Clive Taylor Please find below a press statement from Mr Richard Thompson and Mr Clive Taylor issued at 7pm Friday 9 November 2001. “We hereby confirm that the above-named parties still wish to proceed with the takeover of Queens Park Rangers FC. The administrator,

Open email to Brian Melzack

Due to the mounting rumours and lack of information about the Melzack consortium bid, we have sent an open email to Mr Melzack which we copy below: Dear Mr Melzack You will be aware that a number of rumours have been circulating regarding your consortiums bid for QPR. These have

Update on takeover bid

In relation to the imminent change of ownership of Queens Park Rangers Football Club and Loftus Road Stadium, QPR 1st issues the following statement: “QPR 1st understands that the deal fronted by Brian Melzack is set to be completed before the end of the week. We believe at this point

FA Cup update

fter contacting Swansea City this morning we can confirm that we will have a terrace allocation of 2,110 and 332 seats. Prices are yet to be decided. The ground is very easy to find. Junction 42 off the M4, follow the signs to Swansea and the floodlights are on the

Bid update

Having voiced our worries at the mysteries surrounding the sale of QPR to the Melzack Consortium, which is currently going through, we at QPR1st have become increasingly concerned at the failure of either the current QPR ownership or the Melzack Consortium to give further information on what is going on.